Human beings see aging as a natural process that is unavoidable. It is true that no matter who you are, you must fall victim to aging. When we get old, our bones become weak and fragile, and our skin becomes wrinkled. Generally, the whole body structure losses its stamina and it becomes very hard to complete some of the tasks that we could manage at a younger age. As our bodies become weak, we tend to develop diseases. Old age diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease are some of the illnesses that old people normally develop.
To solve the old age disease problem, we need to look at the root cause of the problem. Aging is the clear reason why we have to deal with such diseases. If we are able to deal with aging in human beings, we shall have managed to deal with old age diseases. The problem now becomes, how do we deal with aging? Aging is a natural process that we cannot stop unless a new solution is invented. The solution that is needed is one which can reverse the effects of aging in human beings. To reverse the effects of aging we need a substance that will rebuild the worn out tissues and body cells in the body.
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Luckily, there is ongoing research done by an organization known as the SENS Research Foundation. This is an organization that wants to bring a solution to the aging problem by creating an anti-aging drug that will bring to an end all the human suffering that comes with old age. The organization has received the backing of Jason Hope, a futurist and philanthropist from Arizona who believes in the work this group is doing. Jason Hope is known for making correct predictions on technological trends. He correctly predicted the Internet of Things and is now hoping to do the same with the anti-aging drug.
Jason Hope is supporting this initiative because, unlike others, this is one is addressing the root problem. If the aging process is reversed, Jason Hope is hopeful there are great chances that the whole approach to the treatment of human illness will change.